The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) hosted the 2017 DCoE Summit, “Advances in the State of the Sciences and Best Practices” Sept. 19 -21. Attendees, presenters and panelists from around the world joined live, virtual discussions about scientific advances and best practices in psychological health and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
The annual event provided real-time access to more than 28 hours of programming each day. The virtual platform allowed more than 2,611 registrants to view the various sessions.
Attendees also networked with peers and participated in panel discussions on topics such as providing care to transgender service members, gender differences in TBI, sexual trauma among male service members, and polytrauma as it relates to chronic pain.
If you missed the summit or a few sessions, check out our social media roundup below. You can also join the conversation by following our pages on Facebook and Twitter, using the hashtag #DCoESummit17.